Sir Alex Ferguson was denied a winning send off into retirement as West Brom snatched a draw in a 10-goal thrillerRead the full story ›
The club have made the unprecedented step in a bid to clamp down on Manchester United fans trying to get tickets in home areas for Sir Alex Ferguson's final game as United manager.
Former Birmingham City, Aston Villa and Nottingham Forest boss Alex McLeish has paid tribute to Sir Alex Ferguson. He played for Sir Alex when he was in charge at Aberdeen. But what was his response when he was asked if he had got a call to take up the vacant position at Old Trafford?
The footballer Dion Dublin from Leicestershire has paid tribute to his former manager Sir Alex Ferguson. Ferguson announced his retirement at the end of the season today.
Dublin played with Aston Villa, Coventry City and Leicester City as well as with Manchester United.
"Thanks Gaffa for the chance you gave me back in 1992 to play for the BIGGEST club in the world & grace OT as a Man United player #indebted"
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Former Liverpool and Manchester United striker Michael Owen has announced he will retire from professional football at the end of the season.
An 18-year-old man has apologised to Notts Police after calling 999 last night to report the unfair red card given to Man United player NaniRead the full story ›
A football fan so disgusted with the referee’s decision to send-off a player in last night’s Champions League clash, rang 999 to report the incident to Nottinghamshire Police.
The 18-year-old Manchester United supporter was watching the second-leg tie against Real Madrid from his home in a village near Bingham, when he felt that Nani's controversial sending-off for a high challenge was a crime, so subsequently called police.
The man later apologised for his actions, claiming to have been caught up in the excitement.
Around two per cent of all calls reported are considered hoax by Nottinghamshire Police, with 6,933 incidents in 2012.
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Premier league footballer Wayne Rooney has sent a very special apology to a 9 year old boy after accidentally breaking his arm.
It happened as Rooney warmed up for Manchester United's recent match against Wolves.